Arsene Wenger still believes Arsenal will secure UEFA Champions League football next season despite admitting key midfielder Jack Wilshere's return has been delayed.
The Gunners are currently in fifth place in the standings, four points behind Tottenham but they have a game in hand on their north London rivals.
Wenger is hopeful Wilshere, who has missed the last two games with an ankle injury and not featured since the defeat by Spurs on March 3, will return for the Norwich game on April 13.
The England international has been given an additional week to recover from his injury after the Gunners deferred his rehab.
"We've got nine games to go - five at home and four away," said the Arsenal manager. "The form we showed against Bayern was very good. We have a chance to finish in the top four.
"We have the experience of a few years and a special desire to do it together. It's a good opportunity for us. We want to grab this chance. If we are consistent we will do it. We're not focus...